With the exclusive support of many who knew and loved Diana, Princess of Wales, this book celebrates and examines the way she presented herself to the world-in her look, her smile, her choice of dress, even her hairstyle.
From the moment the innocent young nanny stepped into the very public role of Princess, her innermost thoughts and emotions had to remain concealed. Yet her sense of herself was inexorably conveyed through her manner of dress and her public demeanor as she passed through the many phases of her public life.
Through her insight as an insider and internationally admired fashion editor, Georgina Howell tells of the fairy-tale transformation of Diana. Photo- reportage and lavish official portraits by royal photographer Anwar Hussein and the world’s greatest fashion photographers explore every carefully planned public face and mood of the Princess.-
Condition – A little wear and tear, especially on dust jacket; Otherwise OK